When a storm's a'brewin and everywhere else is blown out by wind this place has clean waves that have the chop filtered out of them by the sandbars of the inlet.
This place is empty besides for the summer dog-walkers.
Flukie's doesn't break over knee high unless there's a big nor-easter or hurricane swell because it is in the back of the inlet. When there's swell this place goes off. Paddle out to the end of the rocks almost underneath the bridge and just wait for the waves. They get super long.
Park in the lot and walk onto the sand. Get ready for a full parking lot on nice summer days.
|Walk||Instant access (<5 min)|
|Bottom||Sandy with rock|
|Power||Hollow, Fast, Fun|
|Frequency||Rarely breaks (5 days/year)|
|Normal length||Short (<50m)|
|Good day length||Very Long (300 to 500m)|
|Wind direction||West, SouthWest|
|Swell direction||East, NorthEast|
|Swell size||Over 12ft - 8ft+|
|Tide movement||Rising tide|
Rips / undertow, Rocks
0.97 miles away
|Direction:||Right and left|
|Bottom:||Sandy with rock|
|Frequency:||Sometimes breaks (50 days/year)|
1.01 miles away
|Frequency:||Rarely breaks (5 days/year)|
1.08 miles away
|Frequency:||Very consistent (150+ days/year)|